We are all busy and have a lot of things competing for our attention. We also often multitask so it can be hard to get our full attention when required. Learner drivers are no different and will be juggling learning …
Ready to Pass?
Find out how the 'Ready to Pass?' campaign has been developed, the types of messages your pupils will receive, and some changes we've made based on your feedback.
Graham O'Brien, DVSA Assistant Chief Driving Examiner, shares an update from 4 webinars we ran about mock driving tests, and 2 recent appearances he's made on driving instructor podcasts. Find out how to watch the webinar recording and listen to the podcasts.
Find out how you can help to support the 'Ready to Pass?' campaign, including using templates for social media, emails and text messages.
We are consulting on a number of proposals to encourage learner drivers to be better prepared to take their driving test. This blog explains why we are proposing to change the law so that we can carry out driving test eyesight checks in any level of light.
Chief Driving Examiner Mark Winn introduces the latest changes to the Highway Code and explains what they mean for those coming to a practical test.
We update driving instructors the reasons why we are proposing to make it a legal requirement for approved and trainee driving instructors to display their registration certificates in their car windscreen when they bring their pupils for a driving test as part of our latest consultation.
We are working with researchers to help us to develop our campaign that will encourage learners to only book and take a driving test once they’re ready.
Find out more about our research findings into encouraging learners to spend more time driving independently before taking their test. This blog post is part of a series updating you on what we're doing to encourage learner drivers to broaden their experience before taking their test.
Last year we launched a campaign to encourage learners to broaden their experience before taking their test. Mark Winn shares our research findings and explains how you can help encourage learners to spend more time practising driving in the dark.